With 550 national parks and 19 World Heritage-listed sites, it's easy to reconnect with nature in Australia.
Nature is always on your doorstep in Australia, with 550 national parks and 19 World Heritage-listed sites to discover. You can see animals not found anywhere else on Earth. Discover the wetlands and wildlife of Kakadu and Litchfield national parks, following the 457 kilometre (284 mile) Nature's Way from Darwin. Travel along the Great Alpine Road and discover the diverse landscapes of Victoria's High Country. Or take your time on the Great Ocean Road to walk by the Twelve Apostles and surf at world-famous Bells Beach. Circle Tasmania, taking in tranquil beaches in the east, and wild rivers in the west. And surround yourself in Australia's natural beauty on some of the many walking trails designed to get you closer to nature.